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[HanCinema's News] Lee Shin-young Does Photoshoot for Nylon

2020/04/01

Lee Shin-young received a great deal of attention for his relatively minor role in "Crash Landing on You" and now the rising star seems set to start a career of his own based off of that success.

He's appearing in the April issue of the fahsion magazine Nylon and headlining the upcoming short drama "How to Buy a Friend".

The associated photospread seems well-designed to make the most of Lee Shin-young's youthful appeal. But he will need more than just that to jumpstart a major career in the South Korean entertainment industry. An online press conference for "How to Buy a Friend" stated that the goal for the short drama was ratings somewhere in the 7% range. The drama will start on April 6th.

Written by William Schwartz

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"How to Buy a Friend" is directed by Yoo Yeong-eun-I, written by Kim Joo-man-I, and features Lee Shin-young, Shin Seung-ho, Kim Sohye, Oh Hee-joon, Min Dohee, Jo Yi-hyun. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/04/06~Upcoming, Mon, Tue 22:00 on KBS.

 

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